Explain the process for the Town Hall:Half the time will be spent explaining how Crossroads got to where it is today and the other half of the time will be dedicated to answering questions.Introduce those on the panel, and explain that each of you is going to talk for about five minutes and after all of the information has been presented by the panel, then you will open up the floor to questions and discussion.
Two years ago, CCC researched a possible relocation because we had outgrown our small 15,000 SF building; continue to grow with nearly 1,000 weekly attendees in four weekend services.
Now it appears we’re seeing the vision become a reality. Randy Wade is going to talk the vision leadership has for us and what we hope will eventually become our new building on 20 Mile Road.
The 20 Mile Road building is 45,000 sq feet … three times what we have today. Large enough to grow into for the foreseeable future. It’s a great location and easier to access.
The building sits on a large 8.7 acre land area with 430 paved parking spaces which can accommodate a 1,000-1,200 seat worship facility (based on conservative ratios). It is also possible to expand the building footprint by approximately 10,000 SF. It’s much newer and thus more affordable to operate. Constructed in 2007. Present the total possible time table for the move in project, and the first month’s key activity that we will be focusing on.
Not only that … when we compared the Old Chrysler building to the King Soopers building , we felt the Chrysler building allows us to do More of the Same … remain a community church as to become a commuter church. Present the total possible time table for the move in project, and the first month’s key activity that we will be focusing on.
And when we compared the cost of renovations to the old Chrysler building to the old King Soopers building, if not the same the Chrysler building was more affordable and would allow us to move into the church sooner…Phase 1 will allow the church to move in with a minimum amount of investment. This will allow for a 530-seat auditorium (Phase 1)
along with areas for nursery, children’s learning, youth, adult education and administrative offices. Eventually, when the church grows further, it will easily be able to add additional seating and support areas.
Time for questions…
Town hall meeting
The Crossroad’s Journey<br />Town Hall Meeting<br />October 2, 2011<br />
Pastor John Snyder<br /> The Journey: Trusting in Him<br />Randy Wade<br /> More Room for More of the Same<br />Pastor Dave Palmer<br /> More of the Same, but Better<br />John Turnidge<br /> God’s Provision<br />Agenda<br />
165 people signed up to help with Task Forces</li></li></ul><li>Timeline More of the Same<br />May 2009<br /><ul><li>CLC & Staff Retreat</li></ul>August 2009<br /><ul><li>Declaration of Dependence</li></ul>March 2010<br /><ul><li>Building formerly known as the Chrysler building goes on the market</li></ul>May 2010 <br /><ul><li>200+ families at Crossroads
$1.25 million + in 3 year commitments</li></li></ul><li>Timeline Today’s Contract <br />Sept. 2010<br /><ul><li>CCC building put on the market</li></ul>Dec. 2010 – Feb. 2011<br /><ul><li>Three offers to buy former Chrysler building</li></ul>March 2011<br /><ul><li>CRC Investigates King Soopers building</li></ul>June 2011 – Aug. 2011 <br /><ul><li>Sabbatical </li></li></ul><li>Waiting on God<br />
July 2011 <br /><ul><li>Toronto Dominion Bank contacts Crossroads
Offers to sell former Chrysler building for $5m